Enterprise Ireland is on a roll in terms of the numbers of companies it is supporting, 35pc of which are led by women founders.
The State agency revealed that last year it invested €31m in Irish start-ups, 55pc of which were based outside of Dublin.
At its annual Start-up Showcase in Croke Park today (14 February) – which was attended by close to 700 people including investors and start-ups – Enterprise Ireland announced a new Competitive Start Fund (CSF) for regionally-based start-ups.
In 2017 90 new high potential start-ups (HPSUs) were supported.
Overall, 67 investments were made in women-led start-ups or …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News